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I am using a shared workstation. Typing free -h returns me

              total        used        free      shared  buff/cache   available
Mem:            31G         30G        232M        292M        1.0G        608M
Swap:          2.0G        997M        1.0G

How do I check what processes or who is using the memory?

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    Ubuntu also uses memory for disk/file buffers, so it'll always look like memory is fully used. Are you having a specific problem? – heynnema Jun 3 at 15:04
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You can use top (just type "top"). A "better top" is htop - just install it:

sudo apt install htop

... and use it

htop

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